DIY Party Snack Bowls

August 10 2016 |

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

Who’s got a few summer shindigs left?! I say we wring every last drop out of summer and have a few more parties. Hands up if you’re with me! I found some cute little bowls at the dollar store recently and thought they could use a super quick update for one of our late summer parties. You can put this project together in an absolute jiffy. Fill the bowls with our new favorite chips from Way Better Snacks and you’re ready!

Oh, and did you try these chips yet? We’ve gotten pretty into them since we started taking them on trips, and now we always have some on hand to serve guests! They’re awesome for parties because they taste so good but are packed with all kinds of good-for-you stuff like sprouted chia and flaxseed, and they’re always non-GMO & gluten-free. We have some gluten-free folks in our family so I’m particularly stoked on keeping some of the chips around, just so they always have a tasty option.

So let’s make some cute bowls to hold our snacks, huh?!

Materials

  • plain clear bowls (large and/or small)
  • painter’s tape
  • spray paint
  • scissors
  • tweezers

Make Time: 20 Minutes

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

Step 1: Wash and dry your bowls to ensure they’re free of dirt and debris.

Step 2: Cut thin strips of painter’s tape and apply them at random around the large bowl, in a confetti-type pattern.

Step 3: In a well-ventilated area, turn your bowls upside down on a drop cloth or piece of cardboard. Paint the outside portion of your bowls using spray paint. Be sure not to get any paint on the inside where it would come into contact with food. For the small bowls, start spraying on the bottom center of the bowls and work your way around the bowl. We left a little bit of the bowl unpainted to create an ombre effect.

Step 4: On the large bowl, select a few different paint colors. Paint a wedge of the bowl with the first color. Move on to the next color, slightly overlapping the first and painting another wedge. Continue in the same way until you work your way around the entire bowl.

Step 5: Allow the bowls to dry (ours dried within about 5 minutes because the paint layers were quite thin). Use a pair of tweezers to gently remove the painters tape from the large bowl.

That’s it! These are so fun and festive, and totally one of a kind. So which flavor would be filling your chip bowl? xoxo

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

DIY Party Snack Bowls

This post is sponsored by Way Better Snacks. All ideas and opinions are my own. Thank you for being supportive of the partners who help keep Lovely Indeed rocking!

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